Paytient Blog

Articles written by our employee benefits experts.

February 1st, 2022

Does Your Benefits Package Meet Your Team’s Basic Needs?

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of equal access to healthcare. Here are a few things your company can do to create a good benefits package that promotes equity in healthcare.

January 27th, 2022

The Latest in Health and Benefits for January 2022

Paytient’s monthly look at major headlines in the health and benefits space. Our roundup for January 2022 includes everything from well-being strategies to health equity in the workplace. Read on to see some of the biggest news making the rounds.

January 25th, 2022

3 Ways to Help Improve Your Employees’ Financial Health

Financial well-being is declining in the post-pandemic world. Here are a few great ways to beef up your financial wellness programs and help reverse that trend.

January 20th, 2022

An Extensive Look at the Ins and Outs of Reference-Based Pricing

Reference-based pricing can help employers attract the right talent, save time and money, and mitigate risk. Reference-based pricing can partially replace — or even bolster — a traditional network health plan. Let’s look at how this approach works and why it’s so valuable.

January 18th, 2022

Reference-Based Pricing Tips for Employers

How is reference-based pricing best implemented? How can you benefit from it? Find the most useful tips you need to know about reference-based pricing for your company here.

January 13th, 2022

Why Patients Should Buck Seasonality Trends and Seek Early Care

‘Seasonality’ affects healthcare spending annually, with people waiting until after they’ve met their deductibles to get the care they need. Unfortunately, there are consequences to that behavior. When people delay care due to financial concerns, their health outcomes can be worse.

January 11th, 2022

Making Sense of Balance Billing

Balance billing is a practice in which a healthcare provider bills an insured person for the difference between the cost of a medical service and the insurance company's reimbursement amount. Here’s more on how balance billing works, why it's more common than you might think, and what you can do about it.

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